Introducing the all new SharePoint 2013 with BrightStarr and Microsoft

Introducing the all new SharePoint 2013 with BrightStarr and Microsoft
SharePoint 2013 has officially landed, and we love it! We are supporting Microsoft in the launch of SharePoint 2013 by holding exclusive SharePoint 2013 seminars and webinars.

The events aim to help clients get up to speed with the new and improved features in SharePoint 2013, what they mean to your organisation and how to start planning for it now.

Why should you attend a SharePoint 2013 event?

SharePoint 2013 introduces new ways to share, sync, communicate and organise people and content within your organisation. It is defining a new way to work together with a simplified user experience and enhanced social capabilities, which make it easier to share ideas and keep up to date with what your colleagues are working on. The most exciting areas for improvement are web content management, enterprise content management, cloud, SharePoint apps, search and social & collaboration.

The seminars will be presented by the BrightStarr team who have been involved inMicrosoft's SharePoint 2013 Technical Adoption Program (TAP); providing valuable feedback to Microsoft on the development of SharePoint 2013 since February 2012. You will see live demonstrations of SharePoint 2013 and be able to discuss your individual SharePoint requirements with SharePoint Microsoft Certified Masters.

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